AWS Fundamentals
Going Cloud-Native

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This course will introduce you to Amazon Web Services (AWS) core services and infrastructure.

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Taught by
Allen Goldberg
Senior Technical Program Manager
and 2 more instructors

Offered by
Amazon Web Services

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0 posts • 4 mentions • top 2 shown below

r/AskProgramming • comment
2 points • AskYous

Setting up a back end is easy. What languages do you know? I can help you on the way if you want to chat with me. I've done firebase, Amazon Web Services, and Azure. A good place to start is to look up a tutorial about Amazon Web Services. This looks pretty nice.

It seems you don't know how a back end works so you should research that before you jump into running a web server over the cloud (like AWS). You should look up how to set up a web server for a language you like. The popular ones include PHP, JavaScript, and Python. What languages do you know?

Firebase makes web development super easy, and there's been success stories of people who have thousands of users. I don't know how they scale, but it's weird to hear that they're not good with scaling.

r/AWSCertifications • comment
1 points • AWS_2019

AWS Fundamental Going Cloud Native, this course is from AWS on Courera and it's FREE. I highly recommend it. This is important to get the big picture.

Get free access to AWS for a year.

Do some Free labs to get a feel for the core services.

One over-prepares with Bonso, which is a good thing. I like buying directly from his site to get access to additional content like his flashcards and put more money in his pocket instead of Udemy's.

I really liked Mozdora because the explanations are also very detailed and give you an in-depth understanding of why. Mozdora is really accessible for questions through the course page or direct message and provides detailed explanations. You can also review the exam by objective after taking it, there is a drop down at the top of the page. This helps you focus if there is a specific area you're having trouble with. And again you can select all the text right click and do a soft-copy print to PDF and highlight it and access it anywhere.